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Black Mesa Weavers for Life and Land:
from Coal Mine Mesa & Tuba City

Bernadine Gamble

MBM-223. Bernadine Gamble, daughter of Ella Gamble, is a young but highly accomplished weaver. This striking and stark storm pattern is woven of natural handspun churro (white and multibrown) and commercial wool (red and black), 39 in. x 25 in. (Returned to weaver at her request, 10/9/02).

MBM-224. Bernadine Gamble's storm pattern of handspun churro wool with an especially interesting texture (the grey/brown is churro mixed with mohair), natural churro white and commercial red and black wool, 40 in. x 27 in. (Returned to weaver at her request 10/9/02).

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